1964 Sunbeam Tiger, Unrestored survivor, museum quality, 10,000 original miles, highly optioned, early production, California black plate Mark I Tiger, black on red (black piping), hardtop, short shifter, very rare LAT 9 "pie cutter" wheels, luggage rack, clock, dated seat belts, tool roll, owner's manual, bullet mirrors, Lucas headlights,etc. Original paint, upholstery, engine bay, hoses, hose clamps etc. Listed in the Book of Norman. Multiple concours winner and winner of the prestigious Historical Vehicle Association "This Car Matters" award at the 2014 Hilton Head Concours. Very few black Tigers were built and only a handful had the red interior with black piping. One family owned prior to my purchase, the car was rarely seen in public. No rust ro repairs, no paintwork, a true time capsule. This car is featured in the January 2016 issue of Classic Motorsports Magazine and the April 2016 issue of Hemmings Sport and Exotics. Here's the link. http://www.hemmings.com/magazine/hsx/2016/04/Catch-a-Tiger---1965-Sunbeam-Tiger-Mk-I/3749583.html. If you are looking for the nicest original Tiger available with rare options, this is it. Runs perfectly and everything works as it should. This car was ordered new with a hard top and it has never been off the car. The soft top appears to be unused. This is an early production car with the Cobra short shifter. Not far into production, Sunbeam switched to a longer shift handle. The earliest Tigers had black dashes. This is one of the first cars built with a wood dash, which Sunbeam pulled from the Alpine GT production line. This is distinguished by the word "choke" stenciled on the dash and the Alpine clock. Free delivery to the Port of Baltimore Maryland, USA
(SOLD) If you've wanted to get into driving, enjoying, and collecting a classic vehicle but don't have the need to acquire a fully restored show car or trailer queen, then we have just the car for you. Here is a wonderful opportunity to own a vintage sports car at an introductory level price. This driver/project level California black plate Sunbeam Alpine Mark II is a true classic, and would give the new enthusiast a great start in building their collection. At the same time, the roadster stands as an exceptional candidate to take to a higher level as you drive and enjoy the vehicle. The previous owner inherited the roadster, and was an active duty U.S. Air Force mechanic who regularly serviced and maintained the car at his garage in the Coronado community of San Diego, CA. During his ownership, his primary goal was to make this car an enjoyable, dependable driver that would be ideal for drives along the coast, cruising on warm summer nights, and to simply turn heads of admirers of such unique retro automobiles. The car includes a fairly new convertible top, along with many original materials including the original owner’s special tuning guide, lubrication charts, Sunbeam catalogs,
(SOLD) Here is a great opportunity to own an impressive, numbers matching classic sports car. This Sunbeam Tiger is a real, true classic with muscle. This handsomely restored Tiger is fitted with the 260 V8 and four speed transmission. It has undergone a recent restoration by Classic Showcase of Oceanside, CA with all systems gone through, and a full vehicle detail inside and out, as well as the undercarriage. During the restoration all new suspensions components were installed, the brite work was redone as needed, the top bows were restored for the new fitted soft top, the instruments were gone through; new rubber was installed; a new stainless steel exhaust system was installed; the car was wet sanded and buffed after it received new paint to a brilliant finish, new carpets were fitted and installed in the car, and all new upholstered panels were installed in the trunk. It comes complete with the Tiger tool roll, owner’s manual, and Rootes Heritage Certificate of Authenticity. This is a fabulous example to show or drive!
This 1964 Sunbeam Tiger Series I is a gorgeous driver. Red with black interior. A very clean and straight example for only $49,500.
Lowered price from €31.000 -> €27.950 Harrington Ltd in Howe outside Brighton was a company which was making bodies for many different vehicle makers, mostly for coaches but also for cars like Rolls-Royce, Bentley and Bugatti before WW II. In the sixties sport scars were converted by Harrington Ltd like Sunbeam Alpine and Triumph TR4. Four different models of Sunbeam Alpines were converted. They were called Harrington Alpine, Harrington Le Mans, Harrington Alpine Series C and Harrington Alpine Series D. The Harrington converted models of Sunbeam Alpines were sold by Rootes dealerships. The company went out of business early 1966. There is no club for just Harringtons but owners are welcome to any Sunbeam Alpine club. The Harrington Le Mans was introduced at Earls Court in October 1961. This was the model from Harrington Ltd. which was meant to be a large production, at least 1000 cars was the target. But in those days metal industries were not having their good days, strikes and lack of material were quite normal so also at Rootes factories. A production line was set up and in fourteen months 250 cars was made. Many were exported to USA and other European countries. The car has the
There were only 536 Mk2 Sunbeam Tigers built in total, and officially there were no right hand drive home market cars available. However, 12 RHD examples were made : 2 press cars, 4 dealer demonstrator cars, and 6 Metropolitan Police Cars. The Mk2 was rather different from the 1st series of Tigers. Most importantly, it had the 289ci V8 engine as used in the AC Cobra, Ford GT40 and Mustang. The suspension and steering were improved, and it had an egg crate style grill. The example we are offering is one of these 6 ex-Metropolitan Police Cars. Delivered new on 08.06.1967 to the Police Force at Wembley, London, wearing the NYL558E registration. The Tiger was used as high speed pursuit car on the northern roads of Greater London. After two years and 64.488 miles, NYL was decommissioned on 17.10.1969 and sold at auction. The car had 4 owners since, and a complete rebuild in 1986. It is still in fantastic condition and incredibly well documented. Even the original Rootes owners handbook and Roadcraft Police Drivers Manual are still with the car. MOT's are going back as far as 1979, and many period pictures and a photographic record of the rebuild are also in the documentation file. The c
Complete restored, MODEL 1963, original color specification, renew radio and new audio, very rare car, can send more pictures, exchange for another classic car possible,...
1967 Sunbeam Tiger Mark II s/n B382100220LRXFE, engine no. 2012A11KK Forest Green with Black Interior Employing a similar formula to the AC Cobra, the Sunbeam Tiger represents the quintessential British sports car with a twist. Using the modified chassis and body of the four-cylinder Sunbeam Alpine combined with Ford's venerable small-block V8, the prototype of the Tiger was constructed by Shelby at Sunbeam's request. The resulting car was put into production, which was handled by Jensen, and just over 7000 examples were constructed between 1964 and 1967. The Tiger was manufactured in three series, Mk. I, Mk. IA, and the most advanced and powerful of the production run, the Mk. II, which were originally equipped with 289 cid Ford power plants. Of the total production, just 536 were true Mk. IIs. This particular car is a genuine Mark II, the 120th example built. It is an original 289 cubic inch car, a left hand drive roadster specification car with non-standard specification, per the decoded VIN. It was sold new to John C. Whisenhunt of Houston, Texas, and he retained the car until 1975. Its next owner, also of Houston, was Dale Painter, and he retained the car for 26 years until 20
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